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At a cancer treatment center in Iran's capital of Tehran, a doctor's fight to treat her cancer patients has become harder. As U.S. sanctions sink in, the flow of medicine and medical supplies in Iran to
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New CIO at Brookdale Senior Living is looking into technology like voice assistants to improve residents’ lives Brookdale Senior Living Inc., one of the largest operators of senior housing in the U.S.,
While the opposition parties successfully joined forces to call a meeting of the House of Commons ethics committee yesterday, the Liberal-dominated body voted down a proposal to hear from Ethics Commissioner
President Trump admits his trade war with China could have negative implications for the US, but says they are worth it take
He did not contest the idea that this could lead to a temporary recession President Donald Trump said that any negative impact on the U.S. economy from his trade war with China was worth it, because "somebody
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Ronald Reagan couldn’t have known for certain the incredible growth that would occur within the nation’s older population three decades ago when he proclaimed August 21st as National Senior Citizens Day.